PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – A doctor has decided to speak out against Donald Trump’s Pittsburgh campaign stop with some Pittsburgh-style digs.
Our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette took photos of the signs.
Dr. Eric Rickin – a psychiatrist who actually lives in nearby Fox Chapel – is poking at Trump by poking fun at some Pittsburgh icons, including Heinz ketchup and using chairs to save on-street parking spaces.
“Trump Likes Hunt’s Ketchup” and “Trump Moved My Parking Chair” are just a couple of jabs on custom-made signs the doctor displayed in his yard as Trump came to Pittsburgh for a Fox News television appearance and rally on Wednesday.
Rickin says he thinks Trump’s campaign is absurd but says, “When you try to argue it with logic, it doesn’t work.”
A volunteer at Trump’s campaign office in nearby Monroeville calls the signs “absurd,” ”funny” and “comical.”
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